The Algarve is a must see for anyone visiting southern Portugal. I mean isn't it the sole reason people come to Portugal, besides custard tarts?
We ended up in Sagres, which is remote, adventurous and unlike any other destination we've been to yet. Just a teeny weeny town at the extreme western tip of the Algarve, it comes with an array of dramatic scenery, towering cliffs and vast beaches. And also about 200 cliff side stairs. The Portugese are sure to maintain your beach bod.
Between an extremely long cliff side walk through the Fortaleza de Sagres, jumping from one beach to the next, balancing very large sun hats on our heads and all this while rock-climbing in our bikinis, I think it's safe to say that we've mastered cross fit.